Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is one of the world's largest cities with a population of 13.95 million. Its gross domestic
product (GDP) is valued at 108.2 trillion yen (FY 2018), exceeding the GDP of the Netherlands.
Tokyo has approximately 3,000 large corporations each having capital of 1 billion yen or more, which is about half of Japan's total number of companies. An international business center, Tokyo is also home to 76% of the foreign-affiliated companies in Japan, with over 2,400. Tokyo ranks number one in the world in having Fortune Global 500 companies.
Office of the Governor for Policy Planning,
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
e-mail : S0000001[_at_]section.metro.tokyo.jp
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11 min from Shinagawa station.
23 min from Yokohama station.
31 min from Shinjuku station.
Founder and CEO
Tokyo-based Atsushi Nakanishi, 38, has an academic background in business and global business management.
Dr. Sun Xiaojun
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